No and the rumours of my death have been greatly exaggerated ;)
Joking aside, It is £35 new here I don't see why it wouldn't be $35 new theere.
Also there is a dedicated forum for this kind of request if I remember correctly.
Probably is. Asian games go for a price much cheaper then USA.
But do check that
1. It is the English Version and not Chinese (*)
2. That it's not region locked (alot of 360 games are, check play-asia they have a compatibility list).
(*) Asian (usually referring to HK & Taiwan) tend to get Halo games in 2 flavors, 1 with chinese dubs and 1 with english dubs.
Last edited by subbie; 12-24-2010 at 02:36 PM.
I have Chinese version of Halo Reach and everything is in English, only manual and cover is bilingual.
it is english and it is region free
yes but again there are two versions out there. The one on play-asia is Chn language.
Originally Posted by ping182
Just telling him to make sure it is 100% the english version.
So many times with previous halo games, people imported the wrong version and got stuck with chinese subs.
Last edited by subbie; 12-24-2010 at 06:42 PM.
I got the Asian version of Lost Planet from Play Asia, back then, and it ran perfectly on my Region 4 / American Xbox 360. I have a region free version of Lost Odyssey, and my copy of Tales of Vesperia might be asian. The title actually appears in Japanese in my dashboard... which is weird, because my Xbox isn't modded, and all my games are legitimate.
I think you'll be OK checking the compatibility list at Play-Asia. And Asian English Language version games are cheaper, generally, so that's a plus.
I bought my chinese version of Reach from Play-Asia and it's still in English. Maybe Halo 3 is fully chinese, since I have Korean version of it and voice overs are Korean.
Originally Posted by subbie